Positive news for Mexico this past week as PEMEX reported the federal government’s anti-fuel-theft measures had produced positive results. But the AMLO government’s tactics that led to shortages in some areas of northern Mexico also played a part in lower gasoline sales, which hit a 13-year low in January. AMLO also delivered on a promise […]Continue Reading →
This week’s Interview of the Week is with Luis Vázquez, Chairman of the Board of Diavaz of Grupo Diavaz. Grupo Diavaz is a 100 percent Mexican company founded in 1973, made up of business units focused on exploration and production of oil and gas, marine operations and installations integrity jointly created through strategic and commercial […]Continue Reading →
President Andrés Manuel López Obrador is close to completing his first 100 days and so far for the oil and gas industry, it has been good news. The government has stated its goals of boosting production and strengthening PEMEX but credit rating agencies are worried the policies could hurt the country’s growth.
Last week, […]Continue Reading →
This week’s Interview of the Week is with Stefan Lepecki, CEO of Braskem IDESA. Braskem IDESA is an association of Brazil’s Braskem and Mexico’s IDESA and was created in 2010. The association leads the Etileno XXI petrochemical complex for the production of polyethylene and other chemical derivatives in the state of Veracruz.
Q: What are your […]Continue Reading →